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>> A man's suspected of trying to blow off a bus carrying German's soccer team, Borussia Dortmund could have been doing it to profit from stocks. That's the claim from prosecutors after police arrested a 28 year old in this neighborhood in southern Germany. He's a Jew German and Russian national, identified only as Sergey V.
Three bombs targeting Dortmund last week, as the team headed to a Champions League match. Defender Marc Bartra was wounded. Prosecutors say Sergey V booked into the same hotel Dortmund players were staying at and bought thousands of Euros worth of shares which he planned to sell at a set price.
Prosecutors say that if the shares had fallen significantly due to the death or serious injury of players, the suspect could have made a large profit. Police initially held a man with apparent Islamist ties after letters found near the site suggested militants had carried out the attack. But officials questioned the authenticity of the three documents.
The suspect faces charges of attempted murder, inflicting serious bodily harm and causing an explosion.